Three of the players out on loan from Southampton, Jason McCarthy, Sam McQueen and Jordan Turnball were all in action yesterday for the clubs with only one win from the three matches. These trio of players have all been doing really well for their respective clubs in League One and Two and it's vital that they have a strong end to the season as it will have a big barring on where they are next season.
McCarthy's Wycombe claim wins
McCarthy played at right back for his side and played a key role in helping the League two club in completing a fourth clean sheet in succession.
Wycombe left it late scoring what proved to be the winner with 20 minutes left as Michael Harriman curled in a perfect effort after having tidy feet on the edge of the box.
The victory lifts the Chair boy’s up to seventh place ahead of their next match away to Notts County on Easter Monday.
Turnball's Swindon well beaten
Turnball played the whole match as his Swindon side were beaten 4-1 by promotion chasers Wigan at the County Ground last night.
The Latics were one up at the break before scoring three goals after the break to end the match as a non-contest.
Nicky Ajose scored nothing more than a consolation for the Robins, who also had Nathan Thompson sent off late on.
McQueen's Southend easily beaten
McQueen and his Southend side were also 4-1 losers on Good Friday to heavily dent their play-off hopes.
Southend took the lead through Jack Payne but goals from Grant Holt, Joe Rafferty and Jamie Allen put the hosts 3-1 up at Spotland, before McQueen was introduced just after the hour mark.
McQueen couldn't make a difference to the outcome who conceded a fourth when Joe Bunney tapped home in stoppage time.
Duo away on International duty
Lloyd Isgrove and Jack Stephens both didn't play for their clubs this weekend as they are away on international duty with Wales and the England under 21 squads respectively.
Whilst they were away, Isgrove's Barnsley drew 0-0 with Scunthorpe at Oakwell. Then, Stephens' Coventry City lost 3-1 to Peterborough United.